The best-practice examples include the project "1914–1918-online. International Encyclopedia of the First World War" of the Friedrich Meineke Institute of Freie Universität, with technical support from CeDiS, the Journal of Business Market Management of the Marketing Department, and the Language Science Press of the Institute for German and Dutch Languages and Literatures. Other successful examples are the Edition Romiosini of the Institute for Greek and Latin Languages and Literatures, and the Edition Topoi of the Excellence Cluster Topoi, as well as the open access activities in the area of gender research and the Department of Veterinary Medicine.
Open Access has been an important issue at Freie Universität Berlin for several years. In 2006 the president of Freie Universität signed the Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities, and in 2008 the Academic Senate passed an open access policy governing the areas of responsibility at Freie Universität, whereby all the members of the university are encouraged to reserve non-exclusive rights in any publication agreements in accordance with the guidelines of the German Research Foundation and other important funding agencies so that open access publishing and archiving of their research findings is possible. In 2012 an Open Access Officer was appointed who is responsible for coordinating internal university and external open access activities. The same year Freie Universität created an open access website. In 2013 the Executive Board passed a resolution to take over the long-term funding of the Open Access Publishing Fond currently funded by the DFG.
Time and Location
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